I'm been planning to do this wander for months, but had to wait until the leaves were off the trees. Unfortunately that means winter, and the light isn't great so the photos aren't as vibrant as I'd like.
Still, let's begin. This is Cliff Road, as viewed looking East from the tram bridge. It runs parallel with High Pavement, but about 3/4 storeys lower. It runs East to West from Middle Hill to Malin Hill - ancient entrances to the city, and incorporates Long Stairs which are said to date from pre-Roman times.
Moving on, we can see the back of 26-28 High Pavement (left) which has it's own cave cut into the cliff. The elegant looking building on the right, isn't visible from High Pavement, except through a gate into its courtyard.
Just visible on the left photo are the Long Stairs, and on the right, Malin Hill beneath the bricked-in windows.
And finally, the view down Long Stairs. I know I've covered them before, but their age and their sad neglect - demolished at one end, gated at the other - always intrigues me. The tree stump barely visible in the centre of the picture is probably one of the half-dozen fig trees that once clung to life on the cliff.